Physical therapy is a branch of medical science which deals with the diagnosis, prevention, and the holistic approach to therapeutic management and rehabilitation of pain, disorders of movement or optimization of function to enhance the quality of life and movement potential when someone is affected by injury, illness, diseases or disability.
Physical therapy is the treatment of your illness with an exercise program incorporated with special techniques and modalities. Patients are rehabilitating to use their own muscles to increase flexibility and range of motion as well as to advance to higher levels of muscular strength and endurance.
A Physical therapy session can last from 30 to 60 minutes depending on your injury. The first session will consist of assessment and designing of your therapy plan
Physical therapy will help you strengthen the muscle associated with your injury as well as surrounding muscles. Physical therapy improves post-surgical outcomes, improves healing and shortens recovery time.